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HomeNewsOrganization of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine31.05.2024, 16:16

Serhii Dubovytskyi to the participants of the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Forum: Cultural heritage is an integral part of national security

photo_1_31.05.2024.pngSerhii Dubovytskyi, Head of the Social and Humanitarian Security Service of the NSDC Office, took part in the plenary discussion "Law: Protection or Obstacle" at the Second Forum "Ukrainian Cultural Heritage #ActForHeritage" held on 30-31 May in Kyiv.

The panelists discussed the initiatives of legislative and executive authorities in cultural heritage protection. In particular, according to the National Security Strategy of Ukraine, approved by Presidential Decree No. 392 dated 14 September 2020, one of the tasks of the Ukrainian state is to firmly oppose humanitarian aggression, develop Ukrainian culture as the basis for consolidating the Ukrainian nation and strengthening its identity.

Serhii Dubovytskyi noted that on 30 April, with the participation of Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council Oleksandr Lytvynenko, a meeting was held with leading cultural and artistic figures who had been invited to join the work on the Ukrainian Doctrine.

Serhii Dubovytskyi said that in this regard, an interdepartmental working group was set up at the NSDC Office, and a position paper on supporting culture and preserving cultural heritage was prepared, which, once finalised, will be submitted for national discussion.

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The Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Forum #ActForHeritage aims to create a common platform for civil society, the state, cultural community, international donors and institutions working on the topic of cultural heritage preservation.

Organised by: USAID/ENGAGE (Enhancement of Democratic Governance and Accountability) activity, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by Pact in Ukraine. The partners of the event are the Ministry of Culture and Information Policy of Ukraine, UNESCO Desk in Ukraine, House of Europe, and the Ukrainian Institute.